If you're looking to conquer the trails, there are a couple of newcomers to the world of off-road champions for you to explore. The Jeep Gladiator is a brand-new midsize truck with exceptional wilderness-taming abilities. The upcoming Ford Bronco is a bold SUV that excels at outdoor journeys. So, which one is right for you? Both are capable, but when it comes to sheer off-roading ability and utility, we're confident that the Jeep Gladiator is the right choice for Houston drivers.

Here's a quick overview of how the Jeep Gladiator and Ford Bronco compare:

Body Style

The most obvious difference between the Gladiator and the Bronco is the body style. The Gladiator is a midsize truck, and it offers a roomy cargo bed that can hold plenty of your adventuring gear. With the Bronco, you're limited to what you can fit in the cargo hold or on the roof.

One surprising similarity is that both models offer the ability to remove the roof and doors for more open-air freedom.

Towing Power

The Jeep Gladiator has a max towing capacity of up to 7,650 pounds, which is considerably more strength than the Bronco can muster. So, if you're looking for something that can handle towing boats and campers, the Gladiator offers the power you need to get the job done.

Trail-Ready

All Jeep Gladiator models wear the Trail Rated badge, which speaks to its incredible off-road abilities. Between its 4x4 performance, cutting-edge off-road equipment, and splendid array of trail-conquering features, the Gladiator is well-equipped to handle your off-road adventures and supply you with the towing and hauling power you need.

Learn More

Get a closer look at the new Jeep Gladiator when you stop by our Jeep dealership serving Manvel. We'll gladly get you behind the wheel of a new Gladiator so that you can try it out for yourself!

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